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No issues related to oxygen supply in Jammu govt hospital: Officials

The Government Medical College (GMC) Hospital in Jammu on Sunday said issues related to oxygen supply at the health facility have been resolved. He also inspected the parking areas and issued necessary directions to officials concerned to ensure hassle-free movement of traffic within the hospital premises.

PTI | Jammu | Updated: 11-10-2020 21:21 IST | Created: 11-10-2020 20:56 IST
No issues related to oxygen supply in Jammu govt hospital: Officials
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The Government Medical College (GMC) Hospital in Jammu on Sunday said issues related to oxygen supply at the health facility have been resolved. A total of 470 oxygen cylinders have been consumed in the last 12 hours, including 440 in GMC, and there are 129 ventilators in the health facility, an official statement said.

It said GMC principal Nasib C Digra inspected the vital patient care facilities and interacted with doctors and staff on duty. He also inspected the parking areas and issued necessary directions to officials concerned to ensure hassle-free movement of traffic within the hospital premises.


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